2018 Tualatin Crawfish Festival

Schedule of Events $5 per day/$7 weekend pass, free for kids 12 and under!    First 50 through the gate receive free admission on Saturday!  FRIDAY...

Preparing to Sell Your Home? Remember the 3 D’s…

By  Amy Savage, Oregon Principal Broker, A Group Real Estate Every seller wants their home to sell quickly and for top dollar. When preparing your...

Before moving to Tualatin, Hal Long joined Marines to get GI...

By Dale Potts Part one of a series. Harold R. “Hal” Long, who served three tours as a Marine in Vietnam, was known as a...

HARVEY EARL CLARK August 1, 1944 – July...

Harvey Clark was born in Nampa, Idaho, where he lived with his parents and two siblings until they moved to Tigard, Oregon in 1960....

Tualatin Chamber Thanks 2018 Swing for the Wolves/Crawdaddy Open Golf Classic...

By  Tanya Eskandari, Tualatin Chamber The days after one of our annual events is always filled with joy, relief, and lots of laughs. We enjoyed...

Keeping Clean in a Dirty World

Headache, brain fog, anxiety, depression, joint pain, obesity and thyroid issues are some of the complaints we treat every day in our clinic. These...

No cheese with my water, please

By  Jonn Karsseboom I’m not a big cheese eater. I’m not opposed to it, but if I’m ever given the choice between adding cheese to something...

Tualatin Park and Rec asks for your input

By  Barbara Sherman, Tigard Life Tualatin residents have a unique opportunity through the end of August to tell city officials what changes they would like...

“Small Town” 4th of July in Tualatin

By  Theresa Patton I was walking around Fred Meyer with one of my four year old boys the other day, browsing the post Fourth of...

Tualatin Rotary Awards Scholarship to Ines I. Venegas

By  Jeff Smith, Tualatin Rotary Ines I. Venegas is the winner of the Tualatin Rotary Mentor Scholarship, Class of 2019. Ines is a junior at Tualatin...

Second Take: Wendy Jane Henson

By Jonathan Crane, Founder, former publisher, Tualatin Life In the literary world “tragedy” is defined as “a series of unfortunate events by which one...

Second Take: Norm Dannemiller

By Jonathan Crane, Founder, former publisher, Tualatin Life In my effort to promote local exceptionalism, the word volunteerism often crops up. Volunteers are present...

Tualatin Celebrates 23rd Annual ArtSplash Art Show & Sale

By  Heidi Marx, Event specialist, City of Tualatin ArtSplash Art Show and Sale is one of the most anticipated summer events in Tualatin. From July...

Navigating Technology in a Screen Obsessed World

by: Kim DeMarchi Screens are everywhere! Today’s children grow up immersed in digital media. There isn’t a day that goes by in which you avoid...

ADUs, one part of the solution to the housing crisis in...

By  Daniel Bachhuber Here’s a secret: not only is there a way out of the housing crisis, but you could make money from it too. “Accessory...

Tualatin is a great place to bike with kids!

By  Beth Sethi I have a secret to share: Tualatin is a great place to bike with kids! This must be a very well-kept secret,...

Tualatin Rotary Club Supports Unique Cafe

By Diana Bonica, Tualatin Rotary   When you think of a cafe, pastry and coffee set out on umbrella decked tables is a common image. Tualatin...

Giving up on his hanging basket

By Jonn Karsseboom In a way I was a bit shocked.   But when I thought about it, I really shouldn’t have been.  I have...

How to Create Calm through Connection and Communication

We will make lots and lots of mistakes as parents. Our children will as well. But the good news is that mistakes really are...

Get Ready for Adventure with the Juanita Pohl Center!

There’s plenty of summer fun to be had with the Juanita Pohl Center, Tualatin’s Active Aging Center. The Pohl Center offers a variety of...